Apple's classic iPhone 7 goes down to a crazy low $190 in 128GB variant (refurbished)

Apple's classic iPhone 7 goes down to a crazy low $190 in 128GB variant (refurbished)
Compact phones sporting smaller than 5-inch (or even 5.5-inch) screens are essentially dead and buried, and although a Touch ID return still seems in the cards, it might take Apple another couple of years to refine the deeply flawed in-display fingerprint recognition experience. But if you want both those features right now, you can buy the classic iPhone 7 for as little as $189.99 today only.

We're obviously talking about refurbished units here, sold at a significantly lower price than just a couple of months ago in a 128GB storage configuration. You can pick up the 100 percent functional 4.7-incher in your choice of black, gold, jet black, red, or rose gold colors, with a 90-day Woot warranty included for your peace of mind.

Naturally, the devices on sale here won't exactly look as good as new, exhibiting a "moderate level of wear & tear including (but not limited to) scratches, dents, and dings." What's perhaps even worse is that these are AT&T-locked units you can't activate on any other network, but if that doesn't feel too inconvenient, the $189.99 price is to die for. 

Granted, the same carrier will let you get the handset free of charge with monthly installments in a 32 gig variant, while unlocked units still start at a whopping $449 over at the official Apple Store. 

In addition to a traditional fingerprint scanner and relatively sharp 4.7-inch display with 1334 x 750 pixel resolution, the 2016-released iPhone 7 also has a respectable Apple A10 Fusion processor going for it, as well as excellent battery life, a water and dust-resistant design made from aluminum and glass, and perhaps most importantly, great software support. Currently powered by iOS 12, the handset is guaranteed to score a timely iOS 13 update, and if history is any indication, the compact bad boy should be eligible for one more major OS promotion, bringing the grand total up to four.

Check out the deal here

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